Seth Beccard, Director
Administrative policies serve their purpose best when they are current. The requirements in administrative policy reflect alignment with laws and regulations, or convey University decisions based on risk, efficiency, and cost effectiveness. The comprehensive review process provides an opportunity, at least every four years, for you, the policy owner, to take a deep look at your administrative policy and procedures to answer core questions such as: is the policy still needed? Do the requirements take into consideration associated burden (unless externally mandated)?
Create word documents of the policy and associated documents as described in Administrative Procedure: Comprehensively Reviewing Existing Administrative Policies.
Use or consider the set of questions geared towards comprehensive reviews.
Identify potential areas for improvement.
Draft the new version, using track changes.
Consult with key constituents including end users/user groups, and the Diversity Community of Practice Subcommittee.
Complete the comprehensive review form.
When the previous steps are complete, contact the University Policy Program Director.